Why did no one tell me that ChromeOS was this good?!
Dear Chrome OS Team, OEMs, Google marketing folk, and whomever else this may concern…
The latest stable release of Google Chrome on Android and iOS features a new feature to ‘reduce data usage’ – but how good can it really be? Google claim that, when enabled, the ‘data compression […]
Whenever coverage of a Chromebook appears online you can bet your bottom dollar some someone, somewhere will pipe up to repeat well-worn fallacies about their usefulness.
It's the big question: can the LG Chromebase PC match the phenomenal success of Chromebooks? It can, but it depends on price.
In this editorial, I will give you my thoughts on this year's event.
Its that time of year again! Google's main developers event in San Francisco, Google I/O, which is in its 6th year. But what can we expect from I/O 2013?
Ahead of the launch of a Chrome extension and Android app for the site we’re also having to make a change to our RSS feed. If you currently subscribe to us via feeds.feedburner.com/omgchrome you will […]
After spending two weeks abroad with a Chromebook as my sole computer, did Chrome OS prove to be an impressive and productive platform?
With rumours of ever-more Chromebooks making their way to market it's easy to forget that there are already a bunch available. So we're asking in this weeks poll: Which Chromebook do you own?
Many rumours have been circling about Chrome and Android merging since Andy Rubin step down as Android lead, but how likely are these rumours?
Will the latest Chromebook device succeed? Or is the Pixel destined to go the way of the Nexus Q? In this editorial, will dive into the pixel.